Heirloom Tomato Seeds

Products

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    Sevryuga

    1.90 EUR

    10-15 seeds. A big-fruit Siberian variety also known as Pudovik.

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    Sgt. Peppers

    1.90 EUR

    15 seeds. Productive, very attractive indigo tomato long growing until the first autumn frost. 

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    Shapka Monomakha

    1.50 EUR

    10-15 seeds. Big-fruit heirloom tomato comes from Novosibirsk, Siberia.

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    Shuntukski Velikan Red

    1.90 EUR

    10 seeds. An Russian rare very productive tomato.

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    Siberian

    Sold out. 15 seeds. An incredibly early Siberian variety that produces fruits 7 weeks from planting.

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    Sibirjak

    1.90 EUR

    20 seeds. A very early variety from the south of Russia perfect for cooler climates with short crop season.

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    Sibirskiy Gigant

    2.50 EUR

    15 seeds. Giant red tomato from Siberia for growing in all climates.

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    Sibirskiy Kozyr

    1.50 EUR

    15 seeds. A mid-early Siberian variety.

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    Sibirskiy Malakhit

    1.50 EUR

    10 seeds. Decorative Russian variety from Siberia.

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    Sibirskiy Skorospelyi

    2.50 EUR

    15 seeds. Determinate, very early Russian variety. Produces many round medium fruits up to 200 g with shiny dark red skin.

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    Sicilian Slicer

    1.50 EUR

    10 seeds. Heirloom tomato cultivated for years in the south of Italy. 

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    Siniy

    2.50 EUR

    15 seeds. A determinate very rare variety from Estonia with potato leafage.

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    Slavyanskiy Shedevr

    1.50 EUR

    10 seeds. A big-fruit, very productive Russian variety known also as Slavic Masterpiece.

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    Snegirjok

    2.50 EUR

    15 seeds. A very early Russian miniature variety to be grown in standing or hanged pots.

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    Southern Night

    1.50 EUR

    10 seeds. A Russian variety with potato leafage and strong resistance to disease which is very productive in cold climate.

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    Specled Roman

    Sold out. 10 seeds. Productive Italian variety known also as Striped Roman.

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    Sprint Timer

    Sold out. 10 seeds. An indeterminate Ukrainian variety very disease resistant.

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    Spudatula

    1.90 EUR

    10-15 seeds. Rare potato-leaved black tomato.

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    Strawberry Leopard

    1.50 EUR

    15 seeds. A productive tomato from USA.

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    Streak Lighting

    1.90 EUR

    10-15 seeds. Early season tomato from California. 

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    Sub-Arctic Plenty

    1.50 EUR

    15 seeds. One of the earlies varieties in the world. Produces fruits even 48 days after planting.

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    Summer Cider

    Sold out. 15 seeds. A rare productive tomato with potato leaves.

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    Summer Of Love

    Sold out. 10-15 seeds. Similar to the Berkeley Tye-Die tomato, the new fertile variety from California.

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    Summer Temptation

    Sold out. 15 seeds. Found by me in 2017 an accidental cross between Blue Amrosia and unknown variety.

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    Sumo

    1.90 EUR

    15 seeds. Extremely large tomato from Indiana, USA. 

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    Sunset's Red Horizon

    1.90 EUR

    15 seeds. A Russian variety from Rostov also known now as Rostova Tomato, disease and low temperature resistant. Good harvest until the end of the season. 

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    Super Nova

    1.00 EUR

    10 seeds. Productive tomato from USA.

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    Sylvan Gaume

    1.50 EUR

    10 seeds. An old heirloom tomato from Canada.

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    Tasmanian Chocolate

    Sold out. 15 seeds. Very rare variety perfect for cooler climates.

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    Tidwell German

    1.90 EUR

    15 seeds. An heirloom tomato from Tennessee grown since 1920.

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    Tiffen Mennonite

    Sold out. 10 seeds. The winner in the American contest for the best taste in 2003.

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    Tiny Tim

    Sold out. 10 seeds. A determinate variety grown since 1945 which is great for pots.